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To Love Is To Hate

Help me come to my sences 
Before I die here,
Are you alive? 
Can you lean in to me? 
Just for tonight, 
Thats not the question.
 Its not even worth the risk. 
Maybe you should let us go, With 
one last kiss. 
You will hate youself, 
When all is said and done, 
As the poison falls down from you 
lips,
We are surely gone.
 I dont think thats the question 
I think we were wrong, 
Too young to know the difference 
Too numb to play along. 
We drove the blade in, permanently 
severing the only love we've ever 
known.

Copyright © Sarah Tufts | Year Posted 2012

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